Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Hiswa te water 2009 in Amsterdam RAI

Vivante 43 Cabrio Cruiser

De HISWA 2009 is evenals vorig jaar volgeboekt door exposanten. In totaal presenteren zo’n 350 exposanten hun nieuwste boten en nautische producten en diensten op de HISWA 2009.
03 mrt 2009 t/m 08 mrt 2009

VIVANTE 43 CABRIO CRUISER De Vivante 43 Cabrio Cruiser van Vivante Yachts uit Sneek is uitgeroepen tot HISWA Boot van het Jaar 2009. Dit maakte juryvoorzitter Hugo van Wieringen, directeur van Azure Naval Architects, op de openingsdag van de HISWA bekend. In totaal waren drie motorboten voor de eretitel genomineerd. De einduitslag kwam tot stand na vaarimpressies en een laatste stemmingsronde onder alle juryleden. Daarbij wist de Vivante 43 Cabrio Cruiser de Vedette 10.30 V/OK van Vedette Jachtbouw en de 36’ Gently van Serious Yachts nipt achter zich te laten.

Vivante 43 Cabrio Cruiser Website

The London International Boat Show
9-18 January

(Source The
The London International Boat Show, which starts this week, will feature more large luxury yachts than ever before as boat builders hope their millionaire customers will still be prepared to splash out for the ultimate playboy accessory.
Organisers of the show have revealed that there will be seven luxury yachts, each boasting multi-million pound price tags, moored outside the exhibition in the hope of attracting buyers. Last year the major luxury boat firms displayed just four large yachts between them.
The highlight of the show, in London's Docklands area, will be a 121ft Sunseeker tri-deck yacht, complete with ostrich leather interior, worth £11.5 million.
Also on display will be a 111ft Sunseeker yacht worth around £7 million, while Plymouth-based luxury yacht builders Princess Yachts will be exhibiting at least four new boats including a £4 million 85ft Princess V85 yacht.
A spokesman for the show said: "The kind of people who buy these really expensive luxury boats are probably not going to be badly affected by the credit crunch."
This year marks the 55th anniversary of the event in the capital. From Friday until the show's close on January 18, around 130,000 visitors are expected to pass through the ExCel exhibition centre where there will be more than 500 exhibitors with hundreds of boats from historic replicas, sailing vessels to modern speed boats and motor yachts.

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